Members only? A posthuman view of the otherthanhuman-animal immigrants across human-defined borders

Published inTrace: Journal for Human-Animal StudiesAbstractThe movement of otherthanhuman-animals (henceforth OTHA) across human-defined borders are often categorised depending upon human-assigned categories such as ‘invasive’, ‘introduced’, ‘non-native’ or ‘migrating’. However, there…

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Domestication and domination: Human terminology as a tool for controlling otherthanhuman animal bodies

Published in Trace: Journal for Human-Animal StudiesAbstractThe language of domestication enables humans to wield power over otherthanhuman animal lives. In some cases, being labelled “domesticated” ensures a life free of worry…

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Potential risk zone for anthropogenic mortality of carnivores in Gandaki Province, Nepal

Published In: Ecology and Evolution Abstract Anthropogenic pressures in human-dominated landscapes often contribute to wildlife mortality. Carnivores are especially vulnerable to human-induced mortality due to the perceived threat to livestock and…

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